Lighten your load with Nikon’s new PROSTAFF 3S binoculars

Edited by Lone Star Outdoor News

Photo by Nikon

Is your hunting bag or backpack getting too heavy to lug up the stairs to the elevated deer blind? Is the lengthy walk down the sendero to the ground blind wearing on your shoulders? Your binoculars, one of the heavier things in the bag, may be weighing you down.

Enter Nikon’s PROSTAFF 3S binocular, just released and featuring 8×42 and 10×42 models, with a lightweight body and compact style.

These new optics offer Nikon’s legendary optical quality, along with a durable waterproof/fogproof exterior design, satisfying the diverse demands of sport optic beginners to seasoned veterans.

The new PROSTAFF 3S binocular features 42mm objective lenses, yet the body is noticeably lightweight and compact to assure superb portability. In addition, the large field of view allows the user to locate the subject easily.

Other features include prisms with high-reflective silver-alloy mirror coatings and multilayer-coated lenses that provide bright and clear viewing. Also, turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click adjustments are included, allowing easy eye positioning at the correct eye point, even for eyeglass wearers.

With a large field-of-view, Nikon’s legendary optical system, and a well-engineered housing that comfortably conforms to user’s eyes and hands, Nikon’s PROSTAFF 3S binocular is ideal for hunting, hiking, bird-watching, observing sporting events and other outdoor activities.

Nikon Inc. is the U.S. distributor of Nikon sports and recreational optics, world-renowned Nikon 35mm cameras, digital cameras, speedlights and accessories, Nikkor lenses and electronic imaging products.

(800) 645-6687

www.NikonSportOptics.com

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